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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
Are you a county cricket lover?
Of course your dog is, but what about you?
What do you take with you to a game?
Spreadsheets, iPad a sense of purpose
Bedsheets, Wisden, picnic basket, pocket radio, newspaper
Do you keep scores during a match?
Yes. In fact, sometimes the official scorers consult my notes
Who else will?
I'm not looking to settle scores. It's pure business
What do you do when it rains?
Pitch ideas for rain-water harvesting and for retractable roofing to the county board
Retreat to the local pub for a pint and some cricket chatter
Why can't they get some boating action? Or have a duck-feeding programme?
Continue playing indoors
Sit on the barstool
Do foreign players make county cricket more attractive to you?
Yes. Not that we get the likes of Viv anymore, but it does spice up the cricket
Only if they can be used for endorsements
Depends on your XI
What should counties do to make money during the off-season?
Hold pub quizzes for members
Lease their grounds to other sports
What do you think of the early start to the Championship this season?
Just tells me that county cricket is run by a bunch of idiots who'd mistake a calculator for a paper weight and a wad of notes for blotting paper
Ridiculous. I have seen nothing but washouts
There's a Championship? Where do I sign up?
What about playing the season opener in Abu Dhabi?
Abu Dhabi? Won't the numbers be in Arabic there?
Just tells me there are a few people in the administration with degrees in economics and practical accounting
Might as well play the Ashes in Algeria
What does winning the Championship mean to you?
A satisfaction that million-dollar contracts can never buy
An opportunity to vie for million-dollar contracts and sponsors
The respect of the entire school
What's your dog's prediction for the season?
The silly feller's put all his money on Durham. And they say dogs have sixth sense!
Is that a pun on "dog-eared pages"? Because I don't get it
I don't need a dog to sniff out a money-making opportunity for me
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